Coronavirus, Education

Agnes Scott President Discusses COVID-19 Recovery, College’s Reopening Plan

Agnes Scott College joins a growing list of higher education institutions in Georgia that will welcome students back to campus for in-person learning for the 2021 spring semester.
Agnes Scott College joins a growing list of higher education institutions in Georgia that will welcome students back to campus for in-person learning for the 2021 spring semester.
Credit Judy Thompson / courtesy of Agnes Scott College Office of Communications

Agnes Scott College is gearing up to reopen for in-person classes for the 2021 spring semester.

On Tuesday’s edition of “Closer Look with Rose Scott,” Leocadia Zak, the ninth president of the private liberal arts college for women, talks with Scott about what students and staff can expect on Jan. 19, when 50% of students are expected to return to the Decatur campus.

During the conversation, Zak, who is also a COVID-19 survivor, reflects on recovery and shares how the school community supported her and the institution during the pandemic.

She also shares how the college plans to provide the highest-quality education for students while maintaining a learning environment that is safe, supportive and equitable amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Guest:

  • Leocadia Zak, president of Agnes Scott College

To listen to the full conversation, click the audio player above.

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